Don Bosco Technical Institute of Victorias City captured the title in Mix 10 and U16 boys’ division to dominate the competition in the 5th Sinigayan 7-A-side Football Festival held in Sagay City, Saturday.
The Raymand Baldava – mentored Bosconians bested 10 other teams in the Mix 10, with CNN Dolphins FC settling for the first runner-up honors and Trinity FC placing third.
Other competing teams in the Mix 10 division were: Alfredo Marañon Elementary School, Old Sagay FC A and B, Classico de San Carlos A and B, Victorias FC, B. Puey Elementary School, and Sagay FC.
The Bosconians also ruled the U16 boys’ division with Negros First Team A and Team B as runners-up.
The other teams in U16 category were: Old Sagay FC Team A and Team B, Sagay FC, Escalante A and B, Villa Angela FC A and B, ELMIS F, PPFACC-Cadiz City, Bulanon, Erbugs and Bata Tigers.
In the Boys’ 13division, Villa Angela Team A emerged champions after dominating 15 other contenders with Classico de San Carlos and B. Puey ES finishing runners-up.
Living Stone International School captured the Girls’ 18 division as Team Millenial and Sagay FC A finished first and second runners-up. Tokhang Team B, on the other hand, ruled the Men’s 35 Up with Silay FC as first runner up and Escalante A, second runner-up.
During the opening ceremony, Sagay City Mayor Alfredo Marañon III said that the support extended by the local government units to the football program in the province creates greater opportunities for young players to develop competitively.
Negros Occidental Football Association General-Secretary Ronald Allan Treyes, said the provincial association will always be supportive with Sagay’sfootball program.*
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